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Renyung Ho, co-founder of Matter Prints, discusses how the firm sources work from artisans in Asian regions rich in craftsmanship.
Alphabet won't break out spending on Google 'moonshots' until 2016, but analysts estimate the cost will reach into the billions.
Beyond Uber, here's what the future of on-demand apps may look like, explains Colin Nagy.
Ferrari zoomed in its IPO but Uber's staying clear of public markets. What do these two exceptions say about IPOs?
Tech start-up Zivix has found an innovative way to string along guitar novices – with a new set of strings.
Start-up Hatch Baby created the Smart Changing Pad, which helps track a baby's weight, sleep and even the number of diapers used.
Failures "come with the territory" when investing in a startup, notes Fritz Demopoulos, CEO of Queen's Road Capital and co-founder of Qunar.
First comes China. Could Japan be a draw for e-hailing enabled companies?
Aswath Damodaran, NYU Stern School of Business, discusses how investors might value Uber's "story."
Daniel Saks, AppDirect co-founder and co-CEO, discusses the growth potential of his cloud service startup.
Startup Sereneti Kitchen has developed a robotic arm that can cook fresh food for you with the push of a button.
Venture capital investments simmered down slightly, but are still on pace for a white-hot year.
Ernest Sim, co-founder of Grain, shares how his healthy food delivery service came about.
Joel Sng, CEO and co-founder of honestbee, explains the Singapore startup's personal grocery shopping service.
Noah Kraft, CEO of Doppler Labs, introduces 'Here', a system that allows users to increase the bass or even add reverb to any sound coming through wireless ear buds.
One of the most valuable Silicon Valley startups is under fire, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Business travelers now use Uber more than taxis, according to a study of corporate expense reports.
Square, which helps businesses manage credit-card and gift card payments, filed for initial public offering with the SEC.
This startup is serving up a tiny device designed to give tennis players a high-tech edge.
And artificial intelligence will be hot for Chinese consumers, but 3-D printing will be all the rage in Europe.